The VIMOS VLT Deep Survey. The assembly history of the stellar mass in galaxies: from the young to t

@article{Pozzetti2007TheVV,
  title={The VIMOS VLT Deep Survey. The assembly history of the stellar mass in galaxies: from the young to t},
  author={Lucia Pozzetti and Micol Bolzonella and Fabrice Lamareille and Giovanni Zamorani and Paolo Franzetti and Olivier Le F{\`e}vre and Angela Iovino and Sonia Temporin and Olivier Ilbert and S. Arnouts and St{\'e}phane Charlot and Jarle Brinchmann and Elena Zucca and Laurence Tresse and Marco Scodeggio and Luigi Guzzo and Dario Bottini and Bianca Garilli and Vincent Le Brun and Dario Maccagni and Jean P. Picat and Roberto Scaramella and Giampaolo Vettolani and Alessandro Zanichelli and Christophe Adami and Sandro Bardelli and Alberto Cappi and Paolo Ciliegi and Thierry Contini and S{\'e}bastien Foucaud and Isabelle Gavignaud and Henry Joy McCracken and Bruno Marano and Christian Marinoni and Alain Mazure and Baptiste Meneux and Roberto Merighi and St{\'e}phane Paltani and Roser Pell{\'o} and Agnieszka Pollo and Mario Radovich and Marco Bondi and Angelo Bongiorno and Olga Cucciati and Sylvain de la Torre and Loretta Gregorini and Yannick Mellier and Paola Merluzzi and Daniela Vergani and C. Jakob Walcher},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2007}
}
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